the boundaries of increased regulation

This is probably my last blog post for Polis, a journalism and society think tank based in LSE’s Media and Communications department, as my web editor internship comes to a close.

As a Canadian looking on at the British phone-hacking scandal, I have so many questions going forward, and some very mixed feelings, including not a little unease at the notion politicians would define reporting standards…. That said, my blog post ends with a question about where the boundaries of any increased/externally-enforced regulation might lie. Will bloggers face the same scrutiny as mainstream press? Should they?

(The picture included in this post was originally posted here.)

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